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Bobbine Berden
Fashion Design BA

HKU Utrecht School Of The Arts

Graduates: 2017

Specialisms: Sustainable Fashion/Textiles / Sustainable Design / Design for Social Good

My location: Utrecht, Netherlands

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HKU Utrecht School Of The Arts

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Bobbine Berden

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First Name: Bobbine

Last Name: Berden

University / College: HKU Utrecht School Of The Arts

Course / Program: Fashion Design BA

Graduates: 2017

Specialisms: Sustainable Fashion/Textiles / Sustainable Design / Design for Social Good

My Location: Utrecht, Netherlands

Website: Click To See Website

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Bobbine Berden is a visual narrative designer, interested in the relationship between consumers and clothing. She playfully translates her research into autonomous installations made of sustainable textiles, and launched her label REAL FAKE in 2022. Bobbine aims to illustrate the world from various perspectives. In addition to studying the relationship between consumer and garment, she also pays attention to the concept of re-evaluation. She challenges the contemporary fashion system to design in new ways; where time, quality, pureness and (emotional) sustainability are at the core.

Real Fake X Strolling in Grandmother’s Clothing

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When do garments become valuable and what does a piece of clothing say about their owner? Experience the colourful celebration of old garments, but with a new look. The crossover ‘Real Fake X Strolling in Grandmother’s Clothing’ presents fragments of colourful garments crisscrossed in a meadow of life stories. Bobbine Berden is a visual narrative designer, interested in the relationship between consumers and clothing. She playfully translates her research into autonomous installations made of sustainable textiles and launched her label ‘REAL FAKE’ in 2022. Bobbine aims to illustrate the world from various perspectives. In addition to studying the relationship between consumer and garment, she also pays attention to the concept of re-evaluation. She challenges the contemporary fashion system to design in new ways; where time, quality, pureness and (emotional) sustainability are at the core.